I thought you can just take screenshots and put them in paint. But then again, there was Aaron Schwarz
Those exact same adults will be signing their forms and marriage certificate using electronic keys. Perhaps we should teach these kids ECDSA before they hit the age where they need to sign things.
I wonder why the init system choices can't be configured to be more like Desktop Environments -- from the install media you choose which DE you want from a boot parameter and done. That way, even then default is systemd or gnome, people can still go on with their lives in a simple and easy manner.
who needs napkins to do calculations when you have slide rules?
Not to mention lead paint. What assurance do we have that they are not selling us lead ink?
thieh (3654731) writes "In the process of my job search I have come across recruiters and agencies that require me to sign up on their website. After I sign up with one of those websites they end up sending me back the password that I chose in plaintext in the confirmation email. Believing that to be a security problem (My assumption was that only generated passwords are to be mailed in the open unencrypted, and that the website has no plans to introduce two-factor authentication), I immediately delete the account and change all my passwords because chances are the passwrod setting habit may have been exposed. The question now is that since I don't have formal IT/sysadmin training, how to I tell these people that such a system is problematic and should be addressed? How would the situation be different if you can sign up tings that cost money (like resume critique or interview practice) using that account?"
This post means the police is busted about telling people encrypting their phones is a bad idea.
It's not like they actually "earn" the money, so it's more like "I make money, you get fucked".
What assurances do you have that they are not patching the checksum as well?
The problem is not everything can be accessed with SSL. Which makes me wonder why aren't we checking the files and checksum from different exit nodes. I don't think all of them patches the same malware do they?
I thought "%500" means modulus to the integer 500?
Given that the same guys are telling us that foreign entities are trying to steal our secrets, is it some sort of fuckup or is it to the point of treason?
Of course, If you count in the problem that the FBI is also advocating against encryption, one must wonder whether the FBI is commiting treason by letting foreign entities searching our secrets.
I wonder why the same argument does not apply to guns. Or at least not to those guys advocating lack of gun control.